A Celebration of Hans Keller
Hans Keller (1919 – 1985), a renowned pedagogue who taught chamber music at the School at the invitation of Yehudi Menuhin, made significant contributions to musicology and music criticism throughout his life. This pre-concert talk begins with a contextual introduction by Dr Alison Garnham (Affiliated Researcher at the Faculty of Music, University of Cambridge), followed by an outline of Keller’s analytical style by Dr Oscar Colomina i Bosch. David Dolan (Professor of Classical Improvisation at The Yehudi Menuhin School) works with pupils from The Yehudi Menuhin School to illustrate how Keller’s approach feeds into performance practice at the School, with specific focus on Mozart’s String Quartet No 15 in D minor K421.
The bar will be open after the Pre-concert talk
10 March 2019
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